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BeeGirl last won the day on April 7 2017

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About BeeGirl

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    Semi Commercial

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    Gore, Southland

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  1. As said many a time before, okay for the honest ones out there, but what about the dishonest ones, that don't comply with the system and don't get caught.
  2. They don't even list the ingredients in the sales blurb. A joe bloggs had to ask, and all the seller put was that it was made out of organic brown rice. ๐Ÿค” ๐Ÿค 
  3. Thanks Alastair for bring this to our attention. I to, have recently thought about buying one, but have thought twice about the cost of buying one from a NZ supplier. Thanks to the feedback from your enquiry, I have just placed an order from the site you suggested. ๐Ÿ‘
  4. Thanks ChrisM, your info is greatly appreciated. About 18 months ago I got a three bay shed built to store my beekeeping gear in as well as having the intention, at a later date, of building an internal room to extract honey and make my products out of beeswax and honey. The honey extraction and some of the products I wish to include in my product range will require an NP1. I am currently in the process of going ahead with the internal room, so it will be interesting to see how many hoops I will have to jump through down here in Southland to obtain certification.
  5. Even though it's on public land, if it's within your town belt the council should be responsible, if it's out in the country the regional council - that's what happens in my area. Get in touch with your local council - make sure you're not fobbed of, you are a ratepayer, it should be their responsibility to deal with it, not yours.
  6. Mischief, how do you know that the bees were puncturing the grapes skins if you couldn't see the grapes. ๐Ÿคจ I used to manage a vineyard and each year I observed grape damage started by birds (usually silvereyes). Once the holes in the grapes were made by the birds, it was then easy access for the wasps and bees. Each year, when the grapes were ripe and the birds were trying their best to get at the fruit, I watched a feral cat 'patrol' a particular area of the vineyard, as it seemed to know the best places to score a lovely feed of silvereyes.
  7. Sorry CHCHPaul, but I just had a quick look at your profile, your real phone number's on it - let's hope there's no single hackers out there looking for a date with you. ๐Ÿคฃ
  8. I used to think the same way, until I started getting very much inundated with cold callers - now my number's unlisted.
  9. I suppose it's like any other living creature - when a bee's gotta poo, a bee's gotta poo, no matter where ( some creatures are just a bit more domesticated than others). ๐Ÿ™ˆ๐Ÿ™‰๐Ÿ™Š
  10. Suggest getting in touch with makewine.co.nz they may be able to offer help.
  11. Have you tried your hives around sheep without strapping?
  12. Kaihoka, are you particular about the spacing between the hives. Do you have strapping on your hives. I've got my hives fenced off in a paddock where only sheep graze and after line trimming around the hives again today I was wondering if I could just let the sheep graze around them.
  13. A visitor from the UK recently told me that Manuka honey is far cheaper to buy there, where he comes from, than it is here.
  14. It's great to see that you've come up with solutions and haven't decided on a complete career change because of what has happened to your child.
  15. My registration number begins with P also and I only have hives within the Gore District.
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